“Yet acts of authority are often not the best instruments to promote unity, especially when the community most affected is perceived as having political beefs with the one wielding authority for lots of other reasons. That’s certainly true of the Latin Mass cohort, with many strong conservatives harboring reservations about much of what they see as the Pope Francis agenda for a wide variety of …More
“Yet acts of authority are often not the best instruments to promote unity, especially when the community most affected is perceived as having political beefs with the one wielding authority for lots of other reasons. That’s certainly true of the Latin Mass cohort, with many strong conservatives harboring reservations about much of what they see as the Pope Francis agenda for a wide variety of reasons beyond the liturgy. In such a case, it’s hard not to see what’s going on as the authority figure going after people he doesn’t like — and whatever else that may be, it’s not exactly a prescription for greater unity. Early reaction in Catholic circles would suggest greater division and a hardening of the lines, not greater cohesion.”
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Pope strikes boldly on both Latin Mass and corruption, but will it work?

Pope Francis’ 10-day stay in Rome’s Gemelli Hospital earlier this month was bracketed by the two other great convulsions of the summer. Just a day …
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Striking boldly at the Mass of the Ages will not bring about his hoped for outcome.